It seems like the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 was only released yesterday.
I know, it’s been a few weeks. This is the only version that I’m excited to remove the jailbreak from.
As an avid jailbroken user, I always find ways to fix current issues with Cydia and just problems with the tweaks in general.
But it was different with the PP/Pangu jailbreak.
The fact that it was a semi-untethered put me in a bad situation sometimes. I know this might be why you guys want to remove the jailbreak in iOS 9.3.3 as well.
Without further ado,
I’m going to show you how to do it.
Cydia Eraser now supports iOS 9.3.3 and lower
That’s right, Cydia Eraser, a great tweak released by Saurik will allow you to unjailbreak your device.
But what’s so cool about this tool?
You don’t have to use a computer which involves iTunes or upgrades to a newer firmware. The second point is crucial as iOS 9.3.4 has already patched the vulnerability.
If later on, Pangu decided to release an untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, you can always use it since your firmware has not changed.
…remove and revert all changes made to the device and return it to “stock” Apple iOS software without updating to a new version of iOS.
How to Remove Jailbreak
Let’s start by launching the Cydia app.
Step 1: Using the Search tab, look for Cydia Eraser
Step 2: Tap Install > Confirm > and Respring
After that, there is now a new app on your home screen. Open up Cydia Eraser and let it do all the work for you.
That’s another reason why I prefer this tweak over others: quick automation.
Do know that this package will remove everything from your device. If you have something important in there, be sure to make a backup.
Once your iPhone or iPad reboots, set it up as it was brand new. You know, go through the language picker, setting up the Wi-Fi network, etc.